Our XMP60 stereo power amplifier is a sweet little 45W power amp that delivers clean power to stereo systems and is stereo (4 or 8-ohm stable) or mono bridgeable (8-Ohms critical). Small enough to fit on a desktop or table, but rack mountable with included mounting brackets, this compact amp uses highly efficient Class D digital amplifier technology to deliver clean and reliable power to a set of speakers or a subwoofer when bridged to mono. A great way to bump up the volume and sound quality of office, kitchen, or bedroom audio setups or to enhance your gaming experience, the XMP60 includes a '' microphone input and even doubles as an audio mixer. The XMP60 also includes two stereo audio inputs, two RCA inputs and a 3.5mm jack for portable devices. Imagine how good your digital library will sound when your smartphone is connected to a reliable stand-alone amplifier and decent speakers! The front-mounted bass, treble and volume controls let you dial in just the right amount of high and low frequencies so you can tailor the audio to your own taste. Other features packed into this Class D amplifier include automatic signal sensing that goes into standby mode when there's no activity but wakes the amp up when there is.
Benefits of Class D Amplifiers
Class D or digital amp technology is ideal for mini amplifiers like our XMP60. The output transistors are fully turned on or off during operation, so distortion is low while efficiency is high (93%). Class D amps combine the best qualities of both Class A and B technologies without the heat issue, and because no cooling fan is needed, this amp runs quietly.
Warning: California's Proposition 65
This product can expose you to chemicals, including vinyl chloride, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
- Power: Stereo (8 ohm): 25W per channel, <1% THD+N
- Stereo (4 ohm): 45W per channel, <1% THD+N
- Bridged Mono (8 ohm): 90W, 1kHz, <1% THD+N
- Frequency Response: 20Hz ~ 20kHz, -2dB/ +1dB
- Signal to Noise Ratio: 90dB below 25W output into 8 ohms
- Channel Separation: 48dB @ 1kHz, to 25W output at 8 ohms
- Input Sensitivity: 600mV input rated 25W output 8 ohms
- Net Weight: 1.37lbs / 621g
- Dimensions: 1.77”/(45mm) x 5.62”/(143mm) x 4.92”/(125mm)
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Marc • 06/10/2020, 9:19:13 PM Will this power my omni sub and 2 landscape speakers?
Customer Service • 06/11/2020, 3:33:32 PMHi Marc: It is fine for a small pair of 8-ohm speakers. The Sub and satellite speakers will be a 4-ohm load and you should look at our SMP-100 to start with or a more complete package like the NERO STREAM XD which is an integrated amplifier/Preamp Streaming Media Player with both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth built in. It is always better to have to much power than not enough. TL/6-11-2020
Al Gerdes • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Can two of these be rack mounted - side by side?
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PMHi Albert:I was surprised to see this amplifier offered Rack mounts. I am not aware of any racks that are 8.5 inches. I think you would need to order a universal shelf and not use the rack mounts. I am not sure what your application is to use this AMP60 but typically people step up to the XMP100 for more power, more features, and full-size rack mounting. Plus true automatic Dual Source Switching.TL/5664
Chuck Giles • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Will this work with my BTP series patio speakers?I also bought a pair for work, but I can�t get enough sound from them to get over the fans.
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PMHi Chuck:Unfortunately, the BTP speaker kit is a closed system. You can add a bass boost EQ app to your Phone and get some slight increase, but that would be it. I would suggest looking at our NERO Stream XD to replace your second BTP525 for work and purchase a pair or two of the AP525. That would give you Bluetooth as well as Wi-Fi control with our own free OSD Player App. There is a thirty-day performance guarantee on the second pair of BTP525. The app features Spotify, Napster, Tidal, Intune, and iHeart radios.Good luckTL/5665
Vince • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM This amp has only 1 RCA input? It is advertised as having 2 inputs. It has one Left and right input plug. This is only 1 total input right and left not 2?
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PMHi Vince:Sorry for the confusion, there are two source inputs, one is two RCA Female stereo right and left inputs connections, or there is a 3.5mm stereo input for connecting with an aux cable directly from a Headphone jack on a Smartphone or Tablet. And on the new iPhones with an adaptor. So the 3.5mm input combines left and right channel input. So you are technically correct that there is only one set of RCA stereo inputs. Now unlike our XMP series and AMP200/300 which feature Dual Source Automatic switching you can only hoo up one input connection or the other not both at the same time. Both are analog connections and work equally, as well.TL/5666
John Bussone • 11/19/2020, 9:07:29 PM I would like to use this amp to drive an Apple Airport Express (1'/8" input) and an old Kenwood Tuner (RCA input). Can I parallel connect 2 pair of of 8 ohm, 80 watts (RMS) / 160 watts (MAX). My Great Room is 23x 32 with 18' Cathedral Ceiling. I'm only interested in playing background music. I don't mind moving up to XMP 100 but it doesn't have the 1/8" digital input, do I lose anything if I use the RCA to mini cable? Thank for your input on this. John B.
Customer Service • 12/08/2020, 3:01:58 AMHi John: At a minimum I would step up to the XMP100 but driving two pair of 8-ohm speakers sounds more like the AMP200 a Class AB High Current Power Amp that is 2-ohm stable. There is no drop off using a 3.5mm RCA to dual Male RCA adaptor cable. Its always better to have more than enough power available in your Power Amp. You will really notice a difference at quality at lower volumes (aka. background music). TL/12/7/20